By John Loesing
Acorn Staff Writer
The season’s first rain fell two weeks ago. It swelled the local creeks and purged months of stagnated water from the Malibu Creek watershed.
In addition to the start of the rainy season, November also marks the beginning of a five-month period each year when the Tapia Water Reclamation Facility in Calabasas is permitted to discharge its excess reclaimed sewer water into Malibu Creek.
Releasing recycled water into the creek during the dry ...
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